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Lophphllid Corals

Plate 5--All figures 3 times natural size. In each transverse section the counter septum is placed at the top. A higher-resolution PDF version is available.

Fig. 1-2, Lophophyllidium radiatum, n. sp., Checkerboard limestone, Skiatook group, Missouri series, Pennsylvanian, from shale pit, NW sec. 35, T. 34 S., R. 16 E., northwest part of Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas.--1a-e, Type specimen (Univ. Kansas no. 1164-21g). a, Longitudinal section. b-e, Transverse sections.--2a-d, Specimen (Univ. Kansas no. 1164-21J). a, Longitudinal section, b-d, Transverse sections.

Fig. 3, Lophophyllidium sp. B, Seminole formation? (Fossiliferous shale 50 feet below the Checkerboard limestone), Missouri series, Pennsylvanian, center north side sec. 34. T. 13 N., R. 10 E., 2 miles south of Okmulgee, Oklahoma.--3a-c, Specimen (Univ. Kansas no. 2166-21b). a, Longitudinal section, b-c, Transverse sections.

Black and white drawings of cross and transverse sections of Lophopyllidium species

Kansas Geological Survey, Geology
Placed on web September 2005; originally published November 30, 1942.
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